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68--Chemical, Phosphor, Rare Earth, Inorganic Oxysulfide, Infrared-to-Visible

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published July 16, 2015  -  Deadline August 3, 2015
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Chemical, Phosphor, Rare Earth, Inorganic Oxysulfide, Infrared-to-Visible Upconverter; U.S. Army Soldier Systems Center, Natick, Massachusetts. The Government anticipates that this solicitation, in the form of a Request For Proposal (RFP), will be available on or about 1 August 2015 from the Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps) website on-line at https://www.fbo.gov/ and the Natick Contracting Division website at http://www3.natick.army.mil. The solicitation, specifications, and associated information will be available only from the Federal Business Opportunities and Natick Contracting Division websites. DESCRIPTION OF WORK: The Contractor will provide all plant, labor, supplies, materials, equipment,transportation and supervision necessary to provide three types of custom designed materials. The following materials will be procured, via delivery orders, in the proposed acquisition for use as additives: three luminescent materials (up-converters) that include rare earth phosphors that have narrow energy (IR) excitation and emitting in a narrow VIS wavelength. All three rare earth phosphors, will have an emission in the IR wavelength when excited by a N-IR source. All work required shall be in strict accordance with the detailed requirements of the technical provisions and specifications. All deliveries shall be F.O.B. Destination to the U.S. Army Soldier Systems Center, Natick, MA. The Government anticipates awarding two (2) Indefinite-Delivery Indefinite-Quantity contract(s) with a base period of one (1) year and two (2) one-year option periods and that all delivery orders under this IDIQ contract will be Firm Fixed Price. This solicitation is set aside for Small Businesses. Funds are presently not available for this acquisition. The applicable North American Industry Classification Code (NAICS) for this solicitation is 325130 - Synthetic Dye and Pigment Manufacturing and the small business size is 1000 employees. All responsive offers from responsible offerors will be considered. Interested offerors must be registered with in the Systems for Award Mangement (SAM). SAM registration information can be accessed on-line at https://www.sam.gov. Interested offerors are required to post their representations and certifications on-line within SAM.

Flexible Chemical Removal Filter Integrated with Hydration Bladder

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published November 2, 2015
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Chemical, Phosphor, Rare Earth, Inorganic Oxysulfide, Infrared-to-Visible Upconverter; U.S. Army Soldier Systems Center, Natick, Massachusetts

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published March 10, 2016
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Chemical, Phosphor, Rare Earth, Inorganic Oxysulfide, Infrared-to-Visible Upconverter; U.S. Army Soldier Systems Center, Natick, Massachusetts

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published December 1, 2015  -  Deadline December 15, 2015
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The Government anticipates that this solicitation, in the form of a Request For Proposal (RFP), will be available on or about 15 December 2015 from the Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps) website on-line at https://www.fbo.gov/. The solicitation, specifications, and associated information will be available only from the Federal Business Opportunities and Natick Contracting Division websites. This announcement has been revised from the original synopsis posted under number W911QY-15-R-0044 on 16 July 2015. DESCRIPTION OF WORK: The Contractor will provide all plant, labor, supplies, materials, equipment, transportation and supervision necessary to provide three types of custom designed materials. The following materials will be procured, via delivery orders, in the proposed acquisition for use as additives: three luminescent materials (up-converters) that include rare earth phosphors that have narrow energy (IR) excitation and emitting in a narrow VIS wavelength. All three rare earth phosphors, will have an emission in the IR wavelength when excited by an N-IR source. All work required shall be in strict accordance with the detailed requirements of the technical provisions and specifications. All deliveries shall be F.O.B. Destination to the U.S. Army Soldier Systems Center, Natick, MA. The Government anticipates awarding a single Indefinite-Delivery Indefinite-Quantity contract with a base period of one (1) year and two (2) one-year option periods and that all delivery orders under this IDIQ contract will be Firm Fixed Price. The applicable North American Industry Classification Code (NAICS) for this solicitation is 325130 - Synthetic Dye and Pigment Manufacturing and the small business size is 1000 employees. All responsive offers from responsible offerors will be considered. Interested offerors must be registered with in the Systems for Award Management (SAM). SAM registration information can be accessed on-line at https://www.sam.gov. Interested offerors are required to post their representations and certifications on-line within SAM.

Chemical, Phosphor, Rare Earth, Inorganic Oxysulfide, Infrared-to-Visible Upconverter; U.S. Army Soldier Systems Center, Natick, Massachusetts

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published December 17, 2015  -  Deadline January 29, 2016
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DESCRIPTION OF WORK: The Contractor will provide all plant, labor, supplies, materials, equipment, transportation and supervision necessary to provide three types of custom designed materials. The following materials will be procured, via delivery orders, in the proposed acquisition for use as additives: three luminescent materials (up-converters) that include rare earth phosphors that have narrow energy (IR) excitation and emitting in a narrow VIS wavelength. All three rare earth phosphors, will have an emission in the IR wavelength when excited by an N-IR source. All work required shall be in strict accordance with the detailed requirements of the technical provisions and specifications. All deliveries shall be F.O.B. Destination to the U.S. Army Soldier Systems Center, Natick, MA. The Government anticipates awarding a single Indefinite-Delivery Indefinite-Quantity contract with a ordering period of three (3) years and that all delivery orders under this IDIQ contract will be Firm Fixed Price. The source selection approach for this acquisition will follow a Lowest Price Technically Acceptable approach in accordance with FAR 15.101-2. The applicable North American Industry Classification Code (NAICS) for this solicitation is 325130 - Synthetic Dye and Pigment Manufacturing and the small business size is 1000 employees. All responsive offers from responsible offerors will be considered. Interested offerors must be registered with in the Systems for Award Management (SAM). SAM registration information can be accessed on-line at https://www.sam.gov. Interested offerors are required to post their representations and certifications on-line within SAM.

Technical Analysis Services

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published July 20, 2016
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This is a Pre-Solicitation Notice for the U.S. Army Contracting Command - Aberdeen Proving Ground (ACC-APG) Solicitation No. W911QY-16-R-0050. The US Army Contracting Center, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Natick Contracting Division (NCD) on behalf of Joint Chemical Biological Radiological and Nuclear Defense (CBRND) Program Analysis and Integration Office (PAIO) intends to issue a solicitation under Authority of FAR Part 15, for subject matter expertise to support research, analysis, coordination, integration, and process management to the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Nuclear, Chemical and Biological Defense Programs (ASD(NCB)); and to the PAIO conducting Joint Service CWMD planning, studies, evaluations, requirements, training, and doctrine efforts.  The Government anticipates awarding a single Cost Plus Fixed Fee (CPFF) contract with a period of performance of 36 months for the required services. The Government reserves the right to award one or no contracts as a result of the solicitation. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code is 541611 -Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services, with a small business size standard of $15,000,000.00 in annual receipts. The Government intends to set aside this requirement for Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) concerns. When released, the formal solicitation, including all amendments, exhibits and attachments, will be available in electronic medium on or about 3 August 2016 via fbo.gov (TELEPHONE CALLS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED). A question and answer period will be available when the formal solicitation is released. During that time frame questions shall be submitted no later than the date specified in the solicitation when released. The Government will provide its answers to the questions. The Government will not guarantee a response to any question and/or clarifications after the submission deadline stated in the solicitation. All information regarding this requirement will be communicated via FBO. TELEPHONE CALLS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

NHRC Research Support NavMedRad

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published August 13, 2015
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The Naval Health Research Center (NHRC) conducts Navy Medicine Research and includes subject areas such as: (1) combat casualty care research, including traumatic brain injury, posttraumatic stress disorder, wounds from improvised explosive devices, etc.; (2) non-communicable disease research, including cancer research; (3) infectious disease research, including respiratory or enteric disease research; and (4) chemical and biological defense research, including chemical and biological defense equipment and medical countermeasures. NHRC performs both intramural and extramural research, the latter meaning that the work must be outsourced or contracted out to industry or academia performers. Therefore, NHRC is in need of Research Acquisition Specialist (RAS) contractor personnel who understand the aforementioned subject areas significantly enough to act on the relevant regulations and statutes but can also translate the requirements of these subject areas into meaningful acquisition documents that a Contracting Officer can execute on. Of particular concern is that the RAS is knowledgeable of, experienced with, and can successfully act on regulations, statutes, and protocols such as those relevant to the FDA clinical trial process, which may include human use and/or animal use. The RAS must be able to develop and administer acquisition documents containing human-use requirements. A contract action that involves human-use research does require assurance certification by the contractor performer. A contract action that involves animal use does require assurance and accreditation by the contractor performer. There are many more regulations, statutes, and protocols within the medicine research sector that the RAS must be able to comprehend sufficiently enough to assure that all necessary provisions are included in the acquisition documents and that contract administration is of sufficient caliber to assure that these medical research regulations, statutes, and protocols are being adhered to by the contractor performer. Such services are non-personal in nature and do not include inherently Governmental duties. The Government will set aside the entire requirement for small business concerns. The applicable NAICS code is 541611 Administrative Management and General Management Consulting Services. ($15M) The Government intends to issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) on or about 20 August 2015. Proposals will be due 14 calendar days following the release of the RFP. The Government will only consider proposals offered from responsible small businesses. The Government intends to award no more than one firm fixed price, indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity contract with a term of one 24 month base ordering period using the procedures of FAR Part 12 Acquisition of Commercial Items.

45--Contamination Indicator Decontamination Assurancy System (CIDAS)

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published December 4, 2014  -  Deadline January 12, 2015
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SUMMARY This is a notice of a proposed contract action issued in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 5.203(a). The Government intends to issue a solicitation and award up to 1 contract for the supplies described below. This acquisition will be available to industry on an unrestricted basis. This notice is not a solicitation; information on release of the solicitation is provided below. BACKGROUND The CIDAS is an Acquisition Category (ACAT) III joint program with participation from all Services (Army, Air Force, Navy, and Marine Corps). The Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense (JPEO CBD) is the Milestone Decision Authority (MDA). The Joint Project Manager for Protection (JPM P) manages the effort and the CIDAS Product Management Office (PMO) executes the program. The goal of CIDAS is to provide the Warfighter a capability that not only indicates trace levels of chemical warfare agents on surfaces before and/or after a decontamination operation, but also visually indicates the exact location of that contamination and provides significant utility during Detailed Equipment Decontamination (DED) operations. This technology will afford Warfighters the ability to accurately map the area of disseminated contamination on equipment and quickly determine if a given area is (or is not) contaminated. This technology has unique benefits, such as isolating quote mark hot spots quote mark from quote mark clean spots quote mark on surfaces and visibly indicating whether standard decontamination procedures performed were successful (i.e., decontamination assurance). Given the capability to visibly indicate contaminant location on a surface, DED personnel will be able to focus decontamination efforts on the localized threat, therefore dramatically reducing manpower, water requirements, decontaminant requirements, and exposure hazard to Warfighters performing DED while increasing decontamination efficiency. The CIDAS must be compatible with a wide range of materiel and facilities to avoid degrading readiness and capabilities due to potential damage from the application of the indicator. The CIDAS will provide a contamination indicator/decontamination assurance technology, henceforth called quote mark indicator quote mark , and scalable applicator(s) for use on tactical vehicles, shipboard surfaces, aircraft, crew-served weapons, and individual/personnel weapons that may have been exposed to chemical contamination in hostile and non-hostile environments. The CIDAS indicator, as applied by an applicator, will provide the capability to indicate and locate the presence of traditional and/or non-traditional chemical warfare agent (CWA) contamination. For purposes of this document, the term quote mark CIDAS quote mark refers to both the indicator and applicator. The CIDAS will include small scale, mid scale, and large scale system configurations, for use by the Services to meet the requirements of varying missions. This effort encompasses identification and evaluation of a mature technology that fulfills the CIDAS requirements for small and mid scale systems, and an indicator(s) for the large scale system. This effort includes one or more indicators, which can be applied by all three sizes of applicators (e.g., small, mid and large scale). While the Contractor will provide the small and mid scale applicators, the Government will provide the large scale applicator, which will apply the same indicator(s) that is being provided by the Contractor for the small and mid scale systems. Contractor proposed solutions (for the mid and small scale systems and indicator for the large scale system) will be expected to have at least a Technology Readiness Level (TRL) and Manufacturing Readiness Level of 6 and will be evaluated across the full set of CIDAS requirements during Technology Readiness Assessments (TRAs) and Manufacturing Readiness Assessments (MRAs) throughout the program life cycle. The CIDAS will undergo a Preliminary Design Review (PDR) in conjunction with the Start of Work meeting. Prior to fabricating CIDAS test articles for Developmental Testing (DT) and an Operational Assessment (OA), the CIDAS will undergo a Critical Design Review (CDR) to establish the initial product baseline. The detailed specifications and technical data for CIDAS materials will remain under Contractor control but Class 1 changes to materials will require Government approval starting with CDR and continuing throughout the life cycle of CIDAS. Toward the end of DT, the Contractor shall support and attend a combined System Verification Review (SVR)/Production Readiness Review (PRR) to verify the production baseline. If the option for LRIP/Operational testing (OT) is exercised, the Contractor shall fabricate the LRIP systems, based on the product description delivered to the Government during DT, and shall collaboratively conduct a Physical Configuration Audit (PCA) on these systems. The LRIP/OT systems will also be used during the Logistics Demonstration, Production Qualification Testing, and Multi-Service Operational Testing and Evaluation (MOT&E). Performance requirements for LRIP/Production, including details of first article and conformance inspections, will be included in the CIDAS PSPEC, which will be updated at the conclusion of DT. Performance requirements for FRP, including updated details of first article and conformance inspections, will be included in the CIDAS PSPEC which will be updated at the conclusion of the Production and Deployment phase. RELEASE OF SOLICITATION This acquisition will be available to industry on an unrestricted basis. The Government intends to issue a Request for Proposals (RFP) no earlier than 4 December 2014. Proposals will be due 30 calendar days following release of the RFP. The Government will only evaluate proposals offered from responsible sources. The Government intends to award no more than 1 Fixed Price Incentive Fee Successive Target, Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity contract with a term of 120 months. Point of Contact(s): Lisa Mardin, (508) 233-6121, lisa.m.mardin.ctr@mail.mil

99--Contamination Indicator Decontamination Assurance System

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published December 8, 2014  -  Deadline January 12, 2015
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SUMMARY This is a notice of a proposed contract action issued in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) 5.203(a). The Government intends to issue a solicitation and award up to 1 contract for the supplies described below. This acquisition will be available to industry on an unrestricted basis. This notice is not a solicitation; information on release of the solicitation is provided below. BACKGROUND The CIDAS is an Acquisition Category (ACAT) III joint program with participation from all Services (Army, Air Force, Navy, and Marine Corps). The Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical and Biological Defense (JPEO CBD) is the Milestone Decision Authority (MDA). The Joint Project Manager for Protection (JPM P) manages the effort and the CIDAS Product Management Office (PMO) executes the program. The goal of CIDAS is to provide the Warfighter a capability that not only indicates trace levels of chemical warfare agents on surfaces before and/or after a decontamination operation, but also visually indicates the exact location of that contamination and provides significant utility during Detailed Equipment Decontamination (DED) operations. This technology will afford Warfighters the ability to accurately map the area of disseminated contamination on equipment and quickly determine if a given area is (or is not) contaminated. This technology has unique benefits, such as isolating quote mark hot spots quote mark from quote mark clean spots quote mark on surfaces and visibly indicating whether standard decontamination procedures performed were successful (i.e., decontamination assurance). Given the capability to visibly indicate contaminant location on a surface, DED personnel will be able to focus decontamination efforts on the localized threat, therefore dramatically reducing manpower, water requirements, decontaminant requirements, and exposure hazard to Warfighters performing DED while increasing decontamination efficiency. The CIDAS must be compatible with a wide range of materiel and facilities to avoid degrading readiness and capabilities due to potential damage from the application of the indicator. The CIDAS will provide a contamination indicator/decontamination assurance technology, henceforth called quote mark indicator quote mark , and scalable applicator(s) for use on tactical vehicles, shipboard surfaces, aircraft, crew-served weapons, and individual/personnel weapons that may have been exposed to chemical contamination in hostile and non-hostile environments. The CIDAS indicator, as applied by an applicator, will provide the capability to indicate and locate the presence of traditional and/or non-traditional chemical warfare agent (CWA) contamination. For purposes of this document, the term quote mark CIDAS quote mark refers to both the indicator and applicator. The CIDAS will include small scale, mid scale, and large scale system configurations, for use by the Services to meet the requirements of varying missions. This effort encompasses identification and evaluation of a mature technology that fulfills the CIDAS requirements for small and mid scale systems, and an indicator(s) for the large scale system. This effort includes one or more indicators, which can be applied by all three sizes of applicators (e.g., small, mid and large scale). While the Contractor will provide the small and mid scale applicators, the Government will provide the large scale applicator, which will apply the same indicator(s) that is being provided by the Contractor for the small and mid scale systems. Contractor proposed solutions (for the mid and small scale systems and indicator for the large scale system) will be expected to have at least a Technology Readiness Level (TRL) and Manufacturing Readiness Level of 6 and will be evaluated across the full set of CIDAS requirements during Technology Readiness Assessments (TRAs) and Manufacturing Readiness Assessments (MRAs) throughout the program life cycle. The CIDAS will undergo a Preliminary Design Review (PDR) in conjunction with the Start of Work meeting. Prior to fabricating CIDAS test articles for Developmental Testing (DT) and an Operational Assessment (OA), the CIDAS will undergo a Critical Design Review (CDR) to establish the initial product baseline. The detailed specifications and technical data for CIDAS materials will remain under Contractor control but Class 1 changes to materials will require Government approval starting with CDR and continuing throughout the life cycle of CIDAS. Toward the end of DT, the Contractor shall support and attend a combined System Verification Review (SVR)/Production Readiness Review (PRR) to verify the production baseline. If the option for LRIP/Operational testing (OT) is exercised, the Contractor shall fabricate the LRIP systems, based on the product description delivered to the Government during DT, and shall collaboratively conduct a Physical Configuration Audit (PCA) on these systems. The LRIP/OT systems will also be used during the Logistics Demonstration, Production Qualification Testing, and Multi-Service Operational Testing and Evaluation (MOT&E). Performance requirements for LRIP/Production, including details of first article and conformance inspections, will be included in the CIDAS PSPEC, which will be updated at the conclusion of DT. Performance requirements for FRP, including updated details of first article and conformance inspections, will be included in the CIDAS PSPEC which will be updated at the conclusion of the Production and Deployment phase. RELEASE OF SOLICITATION This acquisition will be available to industry on an unrestricted basis. The Government intends to issue a Request for Proposals (RFP) no earlier than 4 December 2014. Proposals will be due 30 calendar days following release of the RFP. The Government will only evaluate proposals offered from responsible sources. The Government intends to award no more than 1 Fixed Price Incentive Fee Successive Target, Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity contract with a term of 120 months. Point of Contact(s): Lisa Mardin, (508) 233-6121, lisa.m.mardin.ctr@mail.mil Additional Info: Natick Contracting Division Contracting Office Address: ACC-APG - Natick (SPS), ATTN: AMSRD-ACC-N, Natick Contracting Division (R and BaseOPS), Building 1, Kansas Street, Natick, MA 01760-5011 Place of Performance: ACC-APG - Natick (SPS) ATTN: AMSRD-ACC-N, Natick Contracting Division (R and BaseOPS), Building 1, Kansas Street Natick MA 01760-5011 US Point of Contact(s): Lisa Mardin, 508-233-6121

63--Integrated Commercial Intrusion Detection System Increment 5 (ICIDS V).

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published March 13, 2015  -  Deadline April 17, 2015
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The U.S. Army Contracting Command - Aberdeen Proving Ground, Natick Contracting Division, in support of the Joint Program Executive Office - Chemical and Biological Defense, Joint Program Manager - Guardian Product Manager - Joint Force Protection Systems (JPdM-FPS) has a continued requirement for Integrated Commercial Intrusion Detection System Increment 5 (ICIDS V). ICIDS is a highly secure, standardized Intrusion Detection System (IDS) using state-of the-art commercial technology. ICIDS provides Commanders the means to detect and assess the unauthorized intrusion or attempted intrusion of protected areas. ICIDS is used by security and law enforcement agencies at Department of Defense (DoD) worldwide Installations providing a standard intrusion detection capability to protect critical facilities. The ICIDS-V contract will be awarded as a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) set aside to support promotion of socio-economic goals. The Government anticipates a single, six-year, Firm Fixed Price (FFP), Indefinite Delivery Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) type contract with a two-year base ordering period and four one-year optional ordering periods, with a ceiling of $99M. The ICIDS-V acquisition approach is based on the use and integration of Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) components. A single DO will be awarded for each Installation that includes site survey, site design, hardware and software acquisition and integration, fielding, Cybersecurity and Contractor Logistics Support (CLS). This acquisition will ensure the ICIDS-V systems fielded across all Installations are based on one integrated, Government-approved system configuration.

65--Lateral Flow Immunoassays

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published April 1, 2015  -  Deadline May 15, 2015
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The U.S. Army Contracting Center, Natick Contracting Division, on behalf of the Medical Countermeasures Systems - Critical Reagents Program, intends to issue a full and open competition solicitation under FAR Part 15, for the manufacture of Lateral Flow Immunoassay (LFI) strips for the detection of approximately 14 - 20 antigens (analyte specific) and positive/negative controls strips in accordance with Government specifications. The manufactured LFI strips will be utilized for assembly into end items for the Biological Defense Joint Biological Point Detection System (JBPDS) and the Joint Portal Shield (JPS) System, as well as individual Hand Held Assays (HHAs) used for domestic preparedness, Homeland Defense, counter-terrorist operations and by Other Government Agencies (OGAs). The Government does not intend to use FAR Part 12 for this acquisition. It is anticipated a firm fixed price contract (cost CLIN for Travel) shall be awarded to a single or multiple contractor (s). The contract(s) will be for one base year, and four additional option years. The Request for Proposal (RFP) is expected to be issued on or about 16 April 2015. The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code for this procurement is 334519 with a size standard of 500 employees. In accordance with DFARS 252.204-7004, Alternate A, all interested offerors shall be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM) database. A Product Demonstration Model will be one of evaluation subfactors in the solicitation. Parties interested in submitting an offer under this solicitation will have from now until 21 April 2015 to submit a quote mark Lateral Flow Immunoassay (LFI) Product Demonstration Model (PDM) Request to Participate and Agreement quote mark . A copy of the PDM Request to Participate may be obtained by contacting the Contracting Officer at leo.j.fratis.civ@mail.mil. Responses to the LFI solicitation will be evaluated on a Best Value basis. Proposal costs shall not be reimbursed. When released, all interested parties will be able to view, download, and print a copy of the solicitation and any resulting amendments at: U.S. Army Contracting Center, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Natick Contracting Division website: https://www3.natick.army.mil/ under Business Opportunities Joint Project Executive Office for Chemical Biological Defense (JPEO-CBD) website at: http://www.jpeocbd.osd.mil/ FedBizOpps.gov at: https://www.fbo.gov/ Reference W911QY-15-R-0018 No telephone calls will be accepted. No paper copies of the RFP will be provided and no mailing list will be maintained. Questions or correspondence should be directed to: leo.j.fratis.civ@mail.mil

63--Automated Installation Entry (AIE) - 3 Solicitation Accouncement. Solicitation #W911QY-14-R-0056.

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published November 6, 2014  -  Deadline December 8, 2014
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The U.S. Army Contracting Command - Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Natick Contracting Division, in support of the Joint Program Executive Office - Chemical and Biological Defense, Joint Program Manager - Guardian Product Manager - Force Protection Systems (PdM-FPS) has a need for Increment 3 of an Automated Installation Entry (AIE) System. The objective of this acquisition is to provide Automated Installation Entry (AIE) hardware and software for approximately 35 new installations. AIE provides timely, effective and efficient threat detection necessary for Installation Commanders to assess and react in all threat environments. AIE automates access control processes for authorized and registered personnel entering an installation. AIE improves accuracy of access/denial and enables near real-time changes of authentication requirements in response to changes in force protection conditions. The AIE acquisition will enhance installation security and improve both pedestrian and vehicle throughput at Access Control Points (ACP). AIE-3 will build on AIE-2 capabilities while meeting U.S. Army AIE Standards and Specifications dated 19 November 2007. Additional capabilities will include biometric integration, extended sensor suites, enhanced automated processes and integration with the Joint Service architecture. AIE-3 will be Defense Information Assurance Risk Management Framework (DIARMF) accredited, net-ready and interoperable with legacy AIE Systems and related base defense, FP and Physical Security (PS) systems. AIE-1 and AIE-2 Installations may be retrofitted as appropriate. A Product Demonstration will be included in the evaluation of proposals. Information regarding Product Demonstration Procedures and Product Demonstration Evaluation Criteria are in the Solicitation. Offerors shall register for the Product Demonstration by 2:00 Eastern Standard Time on 13 November 2014. The AIE-3 contract will be awarded using full and open competition with small business subcontracting requirements. The Government will award a single, Firm Fixed Price (FFP), IDIQ contract with an anticipated ceiling of $99M. The length of the contract will be four years (a two-year base and two one-year optional ordering periods). The single award, four-year contract is necessary to ensure a standard approved system configuration is installed at approximately 35 new sites. A single Delivery Order (DO) will be awarded for each installation that includes site survey, site design, hardware and software acquisition and integration, fielding and CLS. The DO will ensure the AIE-3 systems fielded across all installations are based on one integrated, Government-approved system configuration. AIE-3 has two configurations, Fixed-Full and Wireless Handheld. The Fixed-Full is a complete system that satisfies all of the performance standards. The Wireless Handheld, a subset of the Fixed-Full, provides full functionality of authentication of registered personnel without the implementation of fixed-lane equipment at ACPs. The purpose of the two configurations is to achieve cost efficiency by equipping lower traffic-count ACPs (primarily small Installations) with the Wireless Handheld Systems. Larger ACPs with high traffic count will be equipped with the Fixed-Full configuration. Proposals are due by 2:00 PM, Eastern Standard Time on 8 DEC 2014. Proposal Mailing and Delivery Information is included in Section L.4.0 of the Solicitation.

JE-RDAP

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command | Published August 18, 2016  -  Deadline August 29, 2016
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This synopsis is being posted to both the Federal Business Opportunities (FBO) page located at http://www.fbo.gov and the Army Contracting Command-Aberdeen Proving Ground, Natick Contracting Division (ACC-APG, NCD) site located at http://www3.natick.army.mil/Team/JE-RDAP-Solicitation.aspxWhile it is understood that FBO is a single point of entry for posting of synopsis and solicitations to the internet, ACC-APG, NCD is the alternative in case FBO is unavailable. Please feel free to use either site to access the information posted by the ACC-APG, NCD. The ACC-APG, NCD on behalf of the Joint Program Executive Office for Chemical Biological Defense (JPEO-CBD) and its chartered Joint Project Manager (JPM's) intends to release a solicitation to procure, on a full and open competitive basis, anenterprise-wide contract vehicle supporting research and development of CBRNE Defense systems, equipment and material subject to and managed by the acquisition policies and guidance of the "Operation of the Defense Acquisition System" (DODI 5000.02) and production/procurement of these future developed CBRNE defense capabilities; the Joint Enterprise Research, Development, Acquisition and Production/Procurement Program (JE-RDAP). The JPEO-CBD "Enterprise-wide" activities encompass the DODI 5000.02 research, development, acquisition and production/procurement of: CBRNE Defense Systems, Equipment and Material (inclusive of Individual Protective Equipment, C/B Detectors, Collective Protection, Decontamination Systems /Decontaminants, Integration of CBRNE Defense Systems, Medical Devices (Diagnostics), Explosive Detection and Identification, Advanced Analytic Systems, Forensics and CB Elimination); CBRNE Information Systems providing correlated CBRNE hazard warning and reporting, Joint Effects assessment and Biosurveillance Portal, and; Radiological/Nuclear (RAD/NUC) Defense Systems supporting the warfighters' (users') air, ground and shipboard operations The Government anticipates this solicitation will result in the award of multiple Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) contracts. Each ID/IQ contract will contain multiple CLIN types which may include Firm Fixed Price (FFP), Fixed Price Incentive Fee (FPIF), Fixed Price with Prospective Price Determination, Cost Plus Fixed Fee (CPFF) Cost Plus Incentive Fee (CPIF) and Cost to allow for issuance of JE-RDAP task orders based on tailored Statements of Objectives (SOOs), Statements of Work (SOWs), or Performance Work Statements (PWSs), accommodating the nature of the RDAP activities as required. The overall ceiling of the JE-RDAP Contract is $6.2B, which consists of one (1) ten (10) year base period. It is anticipated that the JE-RDAP Task orders issued under the base IDIQ contract may be extended for an additional five (5) year period of performance. JE-RDAP orders will be competed among and awarded to large and small business JE-RDAP Contract holders utilizing best value, trade-off or Lowest Price, Technically Acceptable (LPTA) procedures. The guaranteed minimum for the JE-RDAP contract is $1,000 and will be issued during the first year of the contract period of performance. Proposals shall include a small business participation plan. There are multiple North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes that apply to this solicitation. JE-RDAP orders will be issued against one of the following applicable codes; 541511 - Custom Computer Programming Services with a small business size of $27.5M; 541512 - Computer Systems Design Services with a small business size of $27.5M; 541711 - Research and Development in Biotechnology with a small business size of 1,000 employees; or 541712 - Research and Development in Physical, Engineering and Life Sciences (except Biotechnology) with a small business size of 1,000 employees.The Government currently estimates that the Request for Proposals (RFP) will be released on or about 1 September 2016, and proposals will be due 45 days after the RFP is released. The proposed solicitation number is W911QY-16-R-0010. In order to be eligible for award, firms must be registered in the System for Award Management (SAM). Offeror may obtain information on registration in SAM by calling 1-866-606-8220, or via the Internet at https://www.sam.gov The Contracting Specialist responsible for this action is Ms Yvette M. Daltorio. Please direct any questions regarding this announcement to Ms. Yvette M. Daltorio, by email at yvette.m.daltorio.civ@mail.mil by 5:00PM EST August 29, 2016.
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